What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear about CBD products? Its full form is Cannabidiol but it is much better known by its initials because it is a frequently used product whether it is oil or gummies and numerous other that don’t immediately spring to mind.
Some people would be surprised to note that while it originates from powerful drugs, it is also used as cooking oil and this is reason enough to pen down an entire article about it but that would take a long time because one alone does not scratch even the tip of the iceberg.
For starters, CBD is taken from extracts of cannabis, hemp and marijuana plants but you cannot grow them in the big city as the air is replete with pollutants out here but if you’re living in a mountainous region or down by the countryside, you have bright chances to look it up but when it comes to cooking, very few people have knowledge regarding it.
It is the women of the household that generally cook at home but they have very little idea about CBD oil or any other product involving it for that matter which is why it is necessary to enhance their knowledge on how it can be used as cooking oil perfectly.
It is because CBD products have less than 0.3% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a strong chemical compound that gives any person a high and starts reeling their head, which is why drugs are so powerful compounds and people are wary of trying it out at all let alone using it every day as cooking oil.
Let us first understand the source for both CBD and cooking oil where the former comes from cannabis and hemp extracts while the latter has numerous varieties like soya oil, palm oil, groundnut oil, peanut oil, etc. to name a few.
Cooking oil is in liquid format at room temperature that differentiates it from other types like coconut oil, palm oil and kernel oil that contain saturated fat in large quantity that makes it solid.
If you are new to the concept of CBD products then make sure that you go for store ready material or completely incorporate CBD oil into your delicacies thereby completely replacing it with cooking oil.
It isn’t that you have to completely give up cooking oil for CBD but just that when you are venturing into the latter you need to take care of important points while using CBD oil for food for the first time.
- Always buy the right product because there is huge variety when it comes to huile CBD like Vape pens, smoking CBD, inhalable content, oral tincture, CBD edible oil along with the knowledge of what not to use like CBD e-juice because it contains propylene glycol that is highly toxic in nature
- Never use CBD oil that contains high level THC because it gives marijuana psychoactive properties that are not good for the immune system so make sure that the CBD:THC ratio is 9:1
- The boiling point of CBD is between 320 and 356F so the temp has to be below 320F while cooking
- CBD oil that you use contains Cannabigerol (CBG) that treats bowel issues, glaucoma and bladder infections so it is good for use